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  • Every effort to do so but gives one new evidence of how insoluble the problem is. Cited from The Breath of Life, by John Burroughs
  • His business was in financial difficulties, but they do not seem insoluble.
  • I do not believe the South African political problem to be insoluble. Cited from A Winter Tour in South Africa, by Frederick Young
  • However, indications are that there would probably be no insoluble long-term problems.
  • Even the two-body problem becomes insoluble if one of the bodies is irregular in shape.
  • But, as in the former case, why they are thus associated is an insoluble mystery. Cited from Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews, by Thomas Henry Huxley
  • He would only see one enigma solved by another apparently more insoluble than itself. Cited from Another World, by Benjamin Lumley (AKA Hermes)
  • We can only show that they are inevitable, not that they are not insoluble. Cited from Is Life Worth Living?, by William Hurrell Mallock
  • This condition of mind made her an almost insoluble psychological problem. Cited from The Daughters of Danaus, by Mona Caird
  • The normal salts are nearly all insoluble and many of them occur in nature. Cited from An Elementary Study of Chemistry, by McPherson and Henderson
  • For him, the best of all in terms of absolute talent, the problem looked insoluble.
  • That is a problem still insoluble, but it is not impossible that some already living may witness its solution. Cited from The Task of Social Hygiene, by Havelock Ellis
  • Cavour had fifty problems at the same time, and all of them were insoluble to every one except himself. Cited from Humanly Speaking, by Samuel McChord Crothers
  • Carson's major theme: the huge importance and nearly insoluble problems of human love.
  • There are, however, insoluble problems with the beginning and end of Imperial Latin.
  • Cotton and wood, for example, are completely insoluble in water and have considerable mechanical strength.
  • Yet even I failed to see that what had happened that night was something more than a queer insoluble mystery. Cited from The Lost Valley, by J. M. Walsh
  • To our present faculties, with only our present opportunities and data, the final problem of being is insoluble. Cited from The Destiny of the Soul, by William Rounseville Alger
  • But it is just this apparent moderation that makes peace such an almost insoluble problem. Cited from Face to Face with Kaiserism, by James W. Gerard
  • These films never frill, being made of emulsion which has been made insoluble. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 623, December 10, 1887, by Various
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Synonyms of insoluble

Meaning of insoluble

  • adjective (of a substance) incapable of being dissolved
  • adjective Admitting of no solution or explanation
    an insoluble doubt